Announcing Microsoft Ajax Library (Preview 6) and the Microsoft Ajax Minifier
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by Scott Guthrie
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Today’s release of the Microsoft Ajax Library has several exciting new features for client-side developers. The new simplified imperative syntax should appeal to JavaScript developers. The client script loader makes it much easier to create client controls and optimize the download of files. And, the jQuery integration enables developers using jQuery to take advantage of the client controls, templating, and data access features of the Microsoft Ajax Library without changing their programming style.

Finally, the new Microsoft Ajax Minifier enables you to significantly improve the performance of your Ajax applications by reducing the size of your JavaScript files. You can use the minifier from a command prompt or you can use the minifier when building a project in Visual Studio.

Read Bertrand Le Roy’s Blog Post about Preview 6 to learn even more about the release.  Click here to download both the Microsoft Ajax Library (Preview 6) release and the new Microsoft Ajax Minifier release. 

Hope this helps,

Scott

P.S. In addition to blogging, I have recently been using Twitter to-do quick posts and share links. You can follow me on Twitter at: www.twitter.com/scottgu (@scottgu is my twitter name)


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